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Mitsubishi wd-62525 sound will come on but no picture.

Green timer light comes on when powered up but after 30-60 seconds TV goes off and red lamp light comes on steady. Replaced lamp but get the same thing. Before this happened, I would turn TV on and get a screen with rolling lines and garbled color. TV worked perfect yesterday. Tried to reset but get the same thing. HELP!!!!

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Your tv would turn on if you replace the only two 3300µf@16v capacitors on the power board . You wil notice they are bad by the way they bulge up at the top and may be leaking electrolyte a little from the tops . But the rolling lines would still remain but much less noticable.Then other symptoms will eventually appear. Truth is many many many many other capacitors need to be replaced inside the electrical chassis. Your TV would need to go to a repair shop that is expierienced in that repair because it is so extensive.

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